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Hillary Clinton will stump for Anthony Brown in Maryland gubernatorial race

Hillary Rodham Clinton is coming to Maryland to rally for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's bid for governor. ...

After Humbling Loss, Maryland Focuses On Penn State

Maryland didn’t spend much time going over the tape of last Saturday’s 52-7 loss to Wisconsin. ...

For Maryland voters, ballot questions can be puzzling

Statewide ballot questions in Maryland can be head-scratchers, not just because of occasionally confusing legal language, but also because they do not always pertain to all voters across the state. ...

Patient in Isolation at Maryland Hospital For Ebola Testing

A patient is in isolation at the University of Maryland Medical Center for ebola testing. The medical center is one of three able to treat people for ebola-like symptoms. ...

Maryland officials will announce $10 million plan to widen Route 175 near Fort Meade

Maryland officials are announcing $10 million in federal funding to widen Route 175 at Fort Meade. ...

Ravens Can Take Control Of AFC North In Cincinnati

Buy Ravens Tickets Sun Oct.19Home vs Atlanta Falcons Sun Oct.26Away vs Cincinnati Bengals Sun Nov.2Away vs Pittsburgh Steelers Sun Nov.9Home vs Tennessee Titans CINCINNATI (AP) — The Ravens opened the ...

Small plane and helicopter collide in midair killing three in Maryland

  Three people have been killed after an airplane and helicopter collided in mid-air at the Frederick Municipal Airport in Maryland. The two people aboard the plane ...

Metropolitan Police agrees to pay £425,000 compensation to woman who had child by undercover officer: She had 'psychiatric care after learning of his real identity'

The Metropolitan Police will pay more than £400,000 in compensation to a woman who had a child by an undercover officer, it was claimed today. The woman, known only as Jacqui, has a son with Bob Lambert, who was revealed in 2012 as a member of the now-defunct Special Demonstration Squad (SDS) which placed officers in deep-cover roles between 1968 and 2008. ...

Secret Service agents tasked with guarding White House were an hour away dealing with a dispute between their boss' assistant and her neighbor on multiple occasions finds government investigation

More bad news for the Secret Service today as a government investigation has found more conduct they deem 'problematic.' Operation Moonlight, which happened three years ago, had agents removed from their posts in Washington D.C. and heading almost an hour outside the city to settle a dispute between an agency employee and her neighbor. ...

Carol Highsmith sheds 50lbs to attend her 50th high school reunion

One determined woman lost 50lbs in seven months so that she could attend her 50th high school reunion wearing the 50-year-old dress she adored as a student. ...

Happy ending: Greenbelt family's beloved stolen dog is recovered

CRIME By ABC 7 News October 20, 2014 - 11:07 pm Arwyn, a dog stolen from Greenbelt, Md. (Photo courtesy of family via PGPD) Decrease Increase Text size GREENBELT, Md. ...

Holder: 'I wanted to be an activist attorney general'

I woke up, it was kind of a normal day. I hadn't gotten a lot of sleep because I stayed up late talking to my brother about all this stuff. But a couple of steps from my bed I realized, wow, I resigned yesterday from being attorney general of the United States. The world is different today. ... Full story

Biden triggers 2016 speculation with Iowa visit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the 2016 Democratic presidential competition there is Hillary Clinton and everyone else, all powerful politicians who could make a credible run should she decide not to seek the presidency. ... Full story

Maryland to raise its minimum wage to $11.50

More workers in Maryland will get a boost in pay as a second county in the state has agreed to raise its minimum wage. The Prince ... Full story

Two stadium security guards fired for taking pictures with Tom Brady

If you're lucky enough to land a job that gets you into an NFL game for free, part of the deal is that you're not ... Full story

U.S. Judge Rejects Requests to Halt Maryland Gun Law

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected requests to suspend Maryland's new ban on the sale of assault rifles and to halt enforcement of a new ... Full story

Columbia Mall's Open-Air Addition to Open in November

The new 70,000-square-foot wing of The Mall in Columbia is scheduled to open in November along with two new retailers, according to a news release. Soma ... Full story

Man Fatally Shot in Northeast Baltimore

Homicide detectives are searching for a suspect who shot and killed a man in Northeast Baltimore late Tuesday night. Baltimore police officers responded to the 1500 ... Full story

Man Robbed of Shoes and Shorts in Annapolis

Annapolis Police say a man was robbed of his shoes, socks and shorts as part of an incident  Tuesday evening. The incident occurred at about 10:50 ... Full story

Lead Poisoning Cases Continue to Decline

The number of Maryland children poisoned by lead fell to a new low again last year, even as state officials expanded their effort to deal ... Full story

Making a Stand Against Common Core and Dull Non-Debates

A couple of reality points in the aftermath of the foolish arrest of Robert Small at that forum last week on the new Common Core ... Full story

Couple Resurrecting Timoniac Scaregrounds Attraction

This week, as in Halloween seasons of yore, a sinister, supernatural and mysteriously menacing traveling carnival — run by a character known as the Timoniac ... Full story

State university rated No. 1 party school by Playboy

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Playboy magazine says the University of Virginia is America's top party school. The magazine's 2012 Top Party Schools list is featured in the ... Full story

TVA funds school construction

KINGSTON, Tenn. - A rural East Tennessee school system has wrapped up an ambitious school construction program, paid for by TVA after a disastrous coal ... Full story

Ex-housecleaner busted in $3M bust burglary

PHILADELPHIA - A rare bust of Benjamin Franklin worth $3 million has been recovered almost a month after it was stolen from a suburban Philadelphia ... Full story

Forty-four senators write Cuban president about Md. man imprisoned

WASHINGTON - Forty-four senators have written to Cuba's president to call for the release of a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for almost three years. The ... Full story

Horse That Won 1983 Preakness Dies

DARLINGTON, Md. (AP) - Horse-racing fans are mourning the death of Deputed Testamony, winner of the 1983 Preakness Stakes. The Baltimore Sun reports that the 32-year-old ... Full story

2 Carroll County Wineries Join Wine Festival

WESTMINSTER, Md. - A wine festival in Maryland will include two new wineries from Carroll County. The Carroll County Times reports the two wineries joining The ... Full story

Lady Gaga's Meat Dress to Be Shown in DC Museum

WASHINGTON - Lady Gaga's famous meat dress has made its way to Washington, along with Loretta Lynn's song about "The Pill" and other relics from ... Full story

Former UVA Lacrosse Player Seeks Leniency in Slaying

RICHMOND, Va. - Attorneys for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend are asking a judge to reduce a jury's ... Full story

Man Commits Suicide After Shooting Girlfriend

ABERDEEN, Md. - Authorities say an Aberdeen man fatally shot himself after shooting and injuring his live-in girlfriend.   The Harford County Sheriff's Office says the 48-year-old ... Full story

Student Pleads Guilty in Vermont Car Accident

NORTHFIELD, Vt. - A former student from Vermont's Norwich University who police say was driving drunk when he crashed, killing a fellow student, has pleaded ... Full story

Reward Offered For Info in Charles County Killings

La PLATA, Md. - The Charles County Sheriff's Office says rewards of up to $6,000 are being offered for information about a slaying in La ... Full story

Evidence Dispute in Germantown Murder Case

There is an evidence dispute in the case against the man accused of killing his estranged wife and her 11-year-old son.   Curtis Lopez is charged with ... Full story

Peter Lizon Denies Enslaving, Torturing Pregnant Wife

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - While her husband returned a rototiller to a West Virginia rental shop, a limping woman sneaked into another part of the ... Full story

Police Shoot And Kill Man at Olney

OLNEY, Md. - Police shot and killed a man after a confrontation at an Olney restaurant.It happened at the Urban Barbecue on Olney Sandy Spring ... Full story

Fire at Montgomery County Barber Shop Is Bizarre

Police are investigating a suspicious fire at a Montgomery County barber shop.The fire happened at the Ebony Barbers shop on the 900 block of Bonifant ... Full story

Man Uses Sling Shot to Fire Marbles at Speed Camera

Police arrested a man they say tried to damage a speed camera van by shooting it with glass marbles fired from a sling shot.The incident ... Full story

Laurel Marine Killed in Afghanistan Remembered as Patriot

"Pops, when I come home, Natty Bohs and crabs?" Lance Cpl. Eugene C. "Gene" Mills III asked his father, Gene Mills II, during an impromptu ... Full story

4 Suspended, Demoted Bel Air Firefighters Lose Appeals

Four Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company firefighters, who were suspended and/or demoted for their improper Facebook posts, have lost appeals of the disciplinary actions, Chief ... Full story

Waverly Family Sues for $55M in Hopkins Malpractice Case

A Waverly couple who sued Johns Hopkins Hospital for malpractice last year after their son was born at the hospital with severe physical and mental ... Full story

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